Lovely Williamsburg Loft in a Former Guitar Factory Seeks $1.55M

Posted On Fri, April 29, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, April 29, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Williamsburg

This apartment at The Gretsch condo building, at 60 Broadway in Williamsburg, is a loft lover’s dream. For $1.55 million you get 1,150 square feet of space with 13-foot ceilings, big windows looking out from the sixth floor of the former warehouse, and a totally open living, dining and kitchen area spanning nearly 24 feet.

60 Broadway, loft, condo, williamsburg, living room

60 Broadway, dining room, loft, gretch, condo,

60 Broadway, liivng room, loft, williamsburg, gretch

The apartment’s “great” room is definitely the star — it’s the perfect layout if you’re the type who likes to throw parties at their apartment. From the windows you have views out on the Williamsburg Bridge and East River. There’s even a little room on the left of this space that could double as a den, home office or kid’s room.

60 Broadway, kitchen, condo, gretch, williamsburg

60 Broadway, kitchen, gretch, loft

A long island separates the kitchen from the rest of the living and dining room. We don’t often think of kitchens as chic but the design in here is just that — open shelving, powder blue cabinets and sleek stainless steel appliances to match the gray backsplash.

60 Broadway, bedroom, gretch, condo

60 Broadway, bathroom, condo

The bedroom is located right off the apartment’s bonus room, and it’s got huge windows and high ceilings like the rest of the apartment. A massive walk-in closet is the icing on the cake, as well as an 11-foot bathroom with a soaking tub, glass shower and double sinks.

60 Broadway, view, williamsburg

Here’s the view from the apartment, looking out onto the bridge. The Gretsch is named after the guitar, as this building was formerly a guitar factory. Today the condo is one the most well known in Williamsburg, and has its own a fully furnished roof deck (with great views of the skyline), a children’s play room and free bike parking.

[60 Broadway, #6H by The Shafer-McHale Team for Compass]

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